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for that debate to begin. our live coverage of that, of south carolina's first congressional district. that district runs from charleston south to the resort of hilton head island. the debate is being held at the citadel and sponsored by patch news service and is expected to begin shortly. we are going live now to that debate for south carolina's first congressional district between republican former governor mark sanford and democrat elizabeth colbert busch. >> we begin tonight with opening remarks framed around the question, what do you consider your greatest professional accomplishment and why? you have a few minutes. >> first i'd like to thank patch.com, south carolina radio and the citadel for inviting us tonight for this very important conversation, and to you moderators, thank you very much for pulling this together for us. thanks very much. can you all hear me all right? >> yeah. >> all right. what is my biggest accomplishment? 27 years ago, i began my career in business. and during that career, i started off making $6 an hour. when i was making $6 with three small children, 3
. boeing is expanding to a plant in south carolina. the move expected to create 2000 jobs. just the latest company to add jobs in the state that lets workers decide if they want to join a union or not. what they call right to work states. dagen follow me closely. what do you think? >> i think that we need more right to work states because if you look at the last decade you've had faster economic growth in right to work states versus states where you have to sign up for unions. >> know the an all of them, some are-- >> some of them have, but broadly speaking when you do the averages, this is the last decade, 2000-2009, faster economic growth, faster payroll growth. >> i'm just saying. >> and i like the way we've skipped over south carolina's wonderful economic growth. do you know what the unemployment rate is there. >> i'm not skipping, i'm saying the average, do we time to talk about 24 different states? >> but you have-- >> you brought up south carolina and i, you know, through the magic of google looked up the unemployment rate in south carolina. >> right, it's higher than the national a
, then the republican address by senator tim scott of south carolina. on monday, an act of terror killed and injured people at the boston marathon. but americans refused to be terrorized. ultimately that's what we'll remember from this week. the stories of heroism and kindness, resolve and resilience, generosity and love. the brave first responders, police officers and firefighters, the e.m.t.'s and national guard, who ran toward danger to help their fellow citizens. the race volunteers, spectators and exhausted runners who rushed to help, including troops and veterans who never expected to see such scenes on the streets of america. the determined doctors and nurses at some of the world's best hospitals who toiled day and night to save so many lives. the big hearted people of boston. residents, priests, shopkeepers, who carried victims in their arms and delivered water and blankets, lined up to give blood, opened their homes up to total strangers. and the heroic federal agents and police officers who worked together throughout the week, often at great risk to themselves, to keep our communities safe
chang, good to see you. thanks for coming. >> thank you. >>> up next, sanford wins his south carolina primary but some republicans are none too pleased. what's next in this crazy comeback story? south carolina native jimmy williams joins us next. constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yes! one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues... with three strains of good bacteria. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. i've always kept my eye on her... but with so much health care noise, i didn't always watch out for myself. with unitedhealthcare, i get personalized information and rewards for addressing my health risks. but she's still going to give me a heart attack. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. >>> the bottom line is this, i've been unfaithful to my wife. i developed a relationship with what started as a dear, dear friend from argentina. simply thank the voters. this has been an amazing journey and while god may be a god of second chances, at times voters are a little bit
in that situation. >> south carolina's first congressional district. >> former governor mark sanford and democrat elizabeth colbert busch. >> sanford will debate busch. >> let's have that conversation that's vital. >> he gets to debate someone, not a cutout of nancy pelosi. >> if you have an idea, i have an idea, at the end of the day. >> he is embarrassed us on many, many occasions. >> if at the end of the day -- how you doing, appreciate it, thank you. >> mark sanford is in serious trouble. >> how you doing. preaching it. thank you. >>> i am alex wagner, in for lawrence o'donnell. today for the first time in our nation's history, a male athlete on a major sports team is openly gay. jason collins writes in this week's issue of sports illustrated i am a 34-year-old nba center, i am black, and i'm gay. collins a 12 year veteran of the nba, from los angeles, played for stanford university and most recently the washington wizards. he writes the more that speak out the better, gay or straight. starts with president obama mentioning the 1969 stonewall riots that launched the gay rights movement during
contest. >> mark sanford could lose this. south carolina is such a republican state. he's in the tank with women. he's running against a woman complicates things. not a single member of the south carolina delegation in congress supported him. that's seven republicans. nobody had come out for him. he's casting himself as a candidate of redemption. figures in south carolina are not so sure. >> stick around. we have another story for you. not to get ahead of ourselves, the 2016 race. hillary clinton delivered her first speech since leaving the state department. she was honoring her former chief of staff at a leadership award. it's an organization she created as first lady in 1997. she laid out her map for women. >> maps can tell us as much about ourselves as about the world around us. now you can look at a map of the world and see nothing but problems as far as the eye can perceive. that is especially true for those of us committed to the trug l for women and girls. it's not what we see. when we look at the map, we do see progress because we know people who are making that progress again
, and has to tell the people of south carolina that this guy simply does not share their values; that what he did as governor was reprehensible, and if they make the case against him, and allow people in the street, men and women who are republicans in south carolina to make that case against him, i think it will be very formidable. >> michael: all right. it is always fun talking politics with both of you. and we are calling in another expert. keith black is a neurosurgeon and he's joining us next. cool on the other. ice breakers duo a fruity cool way to break the ice. ♪ >> michael: i always like to say they was on "the young turks" before there was a uniform. so now i want to welcome, jenks and ben. they are cohosting today. they are wearing uniforms. >> all right. it's similar. at some point you are going to wear something similar. >> put on your glasses cenk. >> all right. we have a great show for you. >> let's hear about it. >> we're not allowed to say illegal immigration anymore. and we'll discuss whether that's too politically direct or not. and sanford has
marco rubio. conservatives in south carolina and iowa say that the senators on the verge of stepping into an immigration trap. "one south carolina republican saying it remained a divisive issue among folks who support us." ath an early look at 2016, lot of attention on hillary clinton, covered last friday in new york by "the daily beast." early line for 2016, joe biden is not the favorite. a picture of secretary of state clinton as she spoke to the gathering. tracy, lacrosse, wisconsin, open phones on this tuesday morning. go ahead, please. caller: you have to ask yourself about -- of 90% of the voters are so -- are for some kind of background check, why would the gop not simply to allow a vote? why? themselves that question. for the call.u larry, covington, georgia, good morning. caller: i feel sorry for the parents of their that had kids that were killed. withare making a pact progresses. they did not go through anything. those are hot potatoes. it would be history. something like this for years. i bet you the boys are tapping. all that they can do is hop on the phone and call thei
. four-course meal, you can do the math. >>> a south carolina political dogfight, and last night the dogs were unleashed, next. >>> we're now just one week away from a special election in south carolina to decide who will fill a house seat left vacant by tim scott. nothing was off limits last night as the two candidates trade verbal jabs. during their only debate. nbc's chris clackum has the details. >> reporter: face-off between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert busch for a congressional seat in south carolina produced only brief references to sanford's extramarital affair where he was governor where he lied about hiking on the appalachian trail but instead was in argentina to be with his lover. colbert busch referenced it in her answer about federal spending. >> when we talk about fiscal spending and protecting the taxpayers, it doesn't mean you take that money we saved and leave the country for personal purpose. >> reporter: sanford did not respond, instead saying -- >> i couldn't hear what she said. [ laughter ] repeat it. i didn't hear it, i'm sorry. >> reporter: later sanford himse
for south carolina's 1st district, and "the colbert report" can now project that some other network will tell us the winner. jim? [laughter] >> this is a fox news alert. well, he's back. after a sex scandal derailed his political career four years ago, tonight, south carolina governor mark sanford winning the gop nomination for a u.s. house seat. >> stephen: yes, former south carolina governor and appalachian hiker with extremely poor sense of direction, mark sanford, has secured the republican nomination. [laughter] what a stunning comeback. after being unfaithful to his wife and betraying the public trust, he gets a second chance in politics -- only in america. and italy. [laughter] bunga! bunga, mark. bunga! bunga! [laughter] and if that's not enough to make this off-year election the political story of the millenium, just listen to who his opponent is. >> he'll face elizabeth colbert bush. >> she is the sister of tv personality stephen colbert. [cheers and applause] >> stephen: yes, my sister is running for congress against mark sanford. [cheers and applause] woo! woo! [cheers a
. i'm jake tapper. this is "the lead." south carolina's governor clears a major hurdle in his political comeback four years after he took a mysterious vacation. as of last night he's the republican nominee for his old congressional seat. can he beat stephen colbert's sister of all people? breaking news, north korea green lights a nuclear strike as they -- the defense shields. >>> and fewer than three dozen agents tasked with chasing down 20,000 dangerous people with guns, and that's just in california alone. how do you enforce the laws already on the books with those odds? >>> the national lead from the appalachian trail to the comeback trail. mark sanford is now the republican nominee for an open congressional seat in south carolina. the same state he ran as governor where he developed a reputation for fiscal conservatism, though he figured understood the cloud of an extramarital affair. he may have found a measure of forgiveness from voters in his victory last night with his former mistress, now fiance by his side. >> incredibly humbled, incredibly gratified, incredibly grat
for a red hot republican. >>> and it is election day. tuesday somewhere. and it is, again, in south carolina. will mark sanford have a convincing win in the republican runoff? and the bigger question is, how much help will national democrats deliver to try to steal it away? >> good morning from los angeles. >> it is tuesday, april 2nd, 2013. and this is "the daily rundown". >> now here's chuck todd. >> have to be nice to usc. i'm kidding. big thanks to those student journalists at the university of southern california. i'll leave the football stuff aside. keep the videos coming. we'll have more this morning on the latest north korean news where they say they'll restart a nuclear reactor. right now, let's get right to my first reads of the morning. if it looked like the nra might look the other way on even one new gun bill three months ago, that's not their strategy anymore. with the assault weapons ban and high capacity magazine restrictions already on the senate's cutting room floor, the gun rights group is waging a fierce lobbying effort to target gun provisions that would make gun traffic
with that. we have opinions from south carolina, california, virgin ia, massachusetts, connectic ut, i could go down the line and these are high ticket items a lot of real estate involved tens of millions of dollars each. the episcopal church spending millions of dollars every year just on lawyer's fees. these difficult questions with longstanding denominations across america >>host: sarah gordon professor of constitutional law and history at the university of pennsylvania and the author of "the spirit of the law" religious voices and the constitution in modern america". >>guest: thank you so much. >>host: "confederate reckoning" power and politics in the civil war south" the author is history professor stephanie mccurry from the university of pennsylvania. first of all, professor what is the painting on the front of your book? >> a civil war painting of a battleship going down the confederate flag going down in flames. it is not military history but it tells about what the book is about. >>host: professor stephanie mccurry give us the demographics of the south in 1860. >>guest: that is a cr
former congressional seat in south carolina. last night he easily defeated curtis bostic. his former miss rtress and fian were with him. we will speak with mark sanford in an "morning joe" interview. amazing how he seemed to lead this on his own with the truth instead of having lots of people -- how to handle the information. he just put it out there. >> john, what do you think? >> i think he was an extraordinarily popular politician before this happened. as you said, joe, you lean into these things with the famous phrase, hang a lattern on your trouble. you do it and put it out there. in the end this is something many people could understand. ultimately the guy did not abuse the public trust. he fell in love with somebody outside of his marriage. people can have various moral views about that but a lot of people understand it and seen it happen in their own lives or lives they know and people are honest about things and ask for forgiveness and people tend to give it to them in an american public way. >> willie, what is unbelievable about this is it's in south carolina which is a very con
. >> that was the republican runoff debate in south carolina last week. we are just one day away from finding out which republican will face stephen colbert's sister elizabeth colbert busch in special election for south carolina's now vacant first district congressional seat. former governor mark sanford faces former charleston county councilman curtis bostic. despite high profile endorsements, many declared sanford is well positioned to win, mainly due to bigger name recognition and a lot more money. a new internal poll today from elizabeth colbert busch's campaign shows she leads sanford 47% to 44%. colbert busch has a larger lead over bostic, 48% to 39%. joining me, nia malika-henderson, and ana maria cox for the guardian. you are the senior south carolina political analyst since you are from there. what are we hoping for here just in terms of fun. are we hoping governor sanford wins so we can take him all the way through the general election here against elizabeth colbert busch? >> you know, i think that's right for fun. here is a guy who has this checkered past, but is a charismatic guy, he comes
-busch, in south carolina. one republican official in south carolina tells the "new york times" everybody is really concerned, because she's not a bad-looking lady. welcome to south carolina politics, ladies and gentlemen. that same official said there are two other things that worry their republicans. quote, she is a good speaker and she has got some money. she will have some more money when steven colbert hosts a pair of fund raisers for his sister this month. one in new york, one in washington. on tuesday, her republican opponent, former governor, mark sanford, accepted the nomination with his argentina mistress on stage with him. according to the hill, democratic party strategists believe there is little to gain from harping on sanford's infamous extra marital affair pause voters know about it. they believe a tax on his alleged misuse of tax dollars in a commission report will be much more damaging. a state ethics commission charged governor sanford with 37 violations, including using state funds when flying to argentina on what turned out to be not exactly state business. sanford paid $74,000
the special election which is coming up quickly in south carolina, sanford trails, can you believe this, in south carolina. the democrat, elizabeth colbert busch, steve colbert's sister. he's nine weeks down. i don't think he's going to get too close to this victory. anyway, you're watching "hardball." the place for politics. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ge has wired their medical hardware with innovative software to be in many places at the same time. using data to connect patients to software, to nurses to the right people and machines. ♪ helping hospitals treat people even better, while dramatically reducing waiting time. now a waiting room is just a room. [ telephone ringing ] [ static warbles ] [ beeping ] red or blue? ♪ >>> senator max baucus of montana is the latest democrat to announce he's not running for re-election. baucus made the announcements this morning. now the democrats will have an uphill battle certainly to keep the red state seat. baucus is the eighth senator and sixth democrat to call it quits this
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night's debate, wow, between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert bush down in south carolina. the pi men toe state is getting hot. >>> finally, governor tom corbett of pennsylvania is sinking in the polls right now in part because the state's job creation has dropped dramatically. one of his explanations, too many people in pennsylvania. let me say this right, too many pennsylvanians on drugs. that's going to get him elected. this is "hardball." the place for politics. a writer and a performer. i'm also a survivor of ovarian and uterine cancers. i even wrote a play about that. my symptoms were a pain in my abdomen and periods that were heavier and longer than usual for me. if you have symptoms that last two weeks or longer, be brave, go to the doctor. ovarian and uterine cancers are gynecologic cancers. symptoms are not the same for everyone. i got sick...and then i got better. >>> well the last question president obama answered in his press conference today was the one he seemed happiest to answer. about the nba star jason collins who yesterday became the first active male athlete in an
pierre? that's "hardball." all in starts right now. >>> it's election night in south carolina. polls closed one hour ago in the run off between former charleston county councilman and a certain former governor you might remember for turning -- tonight's election was necessary because while he finished a solid number one last month, mark sanford did not get over the 50% threshold needed to secure is nomination. the general election against steven colbert's sister is set for may 7th and the winner will take over the seat of former congressman tim scott, who was appointed last year when jim demint quit to go run the heritage foundation. technically, tonight's election is a small and specific thing. a run off in a single district in the state of south carolina, but in political terms, it is hugely important. in the unfolding drama of mark sanford and the larger question, the politics of scandal. who gets thrown out of public life and who gets to come back? mark sanford is a test case because he is not just any old defeated republican trying to make a comeback. mark sanford is a guy whose political
the republican primary. tonight, we'll talk to the head of the republican party in south carolina. >> people say you know mark, you certainly mess said up in your personal life. i've talked about it. cenk: going to have some success tonight. i can't believe the republicans are going to bring him back in. >>. now mat salmon is saying i haven't fully evolved on gay marriage even though his son is gay. we found a video of his son talking about that interfamily relationship. >> i didn't know if my family would ever come around. >> it doesn't mean that i don't sympathize with some of the wishes, it just means that i haven't evolved to that station. cenk: hmm. that tape of his son is amazing so come back more for that. down r. do you know what time it is anybody? anybody at all? oh right! it's go time. ♪ theme ♪ >> you know that famous moment off the the new town shooting when wane lapierre the head of the n.r.a. came out and said this? >> the only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun. >> that's of course complete and utter nonsense, but he continued to come up with a bri
. and a full page newspaper ad. it all adds up to problems. we're live in south carolina tonight. stay with us. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. governor of getting it done. you know how to dance... with a deadline. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle... and go. you can even take a full-size or above, and still pay the mid-size price. this is awesome. [ male announcer ] yes, it is, business pro. yes, it is. go national. go like a pro. >>> have you joined the politics nation conversation on facebook yet? we hope you will. today, our fans were buzzing about the new george w. bush library and its exhibit that lets visitors choose if they would have made the same decisions as bush. barbara says, it's just a first step to rewriting history. patricia says, history is history. and no amount of interactive displays will chapg what he and his cohorts did. phil says, it'll be the only library where if you have an overdue book, you can blame it on the next person coming in. later, we'll take you inside the new george w. bush presidential libr
, okay. really conservative. it's a really conservative district. south carolina, about as conservative as it gets, right? background checks, ppp, which was one of the most accurate polling outfits over the last couple of years. ppp took a poll. look at this, in south carolina. >> yeah. amazing. >> in south carolina, my republican brethren sitting on the hill listening to the 7%, praying to your wayne lapierre doll. in south carolina yesterday, a poll comes out, 86% of south carolinans, and south carolina won support background checks on criminals, terrorists and the mentally ill. mitt romney won this district by 18 percentage points. you all have made a foolish, foolish decision. and you better hope that you get a chance too fix it before the 2014 elections because another poll in this district that mitt romney won by 18% in this ppp poll said that by a two to one margin, voters were less likely to vote for republicans in the future because of their vote on background checks. i've said it all along. i've warned the nra from the beginning, give a pass on this legislation you've supporte
up, the congressional campaign in south carolina and we will see what we have left in the show, because i think i blew out the whole schedule of the rest of the night. having a pretty spectacular tuesday. ♪ but i don't notice the loose rug at the top of your stairs. and that's about to become an issue for me. ♪ and if you got the wrong home insurance coverage, my medical bills could get expensive. so get allstate. [ dennis ] good hands. good home. make sure you have the right home protection. talk to an allstate agent. >>> we have a winner in south carolina tonight and now we have the most interesting congressional race in the country, maybe ever. elizabeth colbert busch versus mark sanford. that's next. girl vo: i'm pretty conservative. very logical thinker. (laughs) i'm telling you right now, the girl back at home would absolutely not have taken a zip line in the jungle. (screams) i'm really glad that girl stayed at home. vo: expedia helps 30 million travelers a month find what they're looking for. one traveler at a time. expedia. find yours. >>> the votes are in and amer
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mark sanford could be the only republican capable of losing south carolina's open house seat to elizabeth colbert bush. stephen colbert's sister. why colbert bush might not hold that seat for very long, of course. >>> this just in from quinnipiac. 24% of republicans now believe president obama is the antichrist. that puts things in perspective. doesn't it? 33% saddam hussein actually hit us on 9/11. 53% of republicans say global warming is a hoax. not just wrong, but a hoax. before you get too smug, democrats believe some weird stuff, too. we'll get to that. the truthers are out there, too. >>> yesterday it was radio talk show host who found a way to link gay marriage and trouble in korea. today we bring you the texas congressman. louie gohmert connects gay marriage and limiting magazine capacities in guns. you are our side show. this is "hardball," the place for politics. t an accident, allstate sends a check. silence. are you in good hands? bjorn earns unlimited rewards for his small business. take these bags to room 12 please. [ garth ] bjorn's small business earns double
the speshld election coming up quickly in south carolina, sanford trails, believe it, in south carolina, elizabeth colbert bush. stephen colbert's sister. he's nine weeks down. i don't think he's going to get too close to this victory. anyway, you're watching "hardball." the place for politics. [ moaning ] [ french accent ] antacid! sorry, i have gas. but you relieve gas, no? not me... that's his job. true. i relieve gas fast. [ moaning ] a little help? who's the gas xpert? [ antacid ] it's gas-x. by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> senator max baucus of montana is the latest democrat to announce he's not running for reelection. baucus made the announcements this morning. now the democrats will have an uphill battle certainly to keep the red state seat. baucus is the eighth senator and sixth democrat to call it quits this cycle. following iowa's tom harkin, tim johnson of south dakota, jay rockefeller of west virginia. m
, i'm going to be talking later about last night's great south carolina congressional debate between mark sanford and elizabeth colbert-busch. apparently sanford had unfinished business after deb e debating, if you will, this cardboard cutout of nancy pelosi, house minority leader, on a street corner last week. >> nancy pelosi is running hundreds of thousands of dollars in ads. this is an important point. with all due respect to nancy pelosi, whose name i will raise again, these increasing taxes that pelosi and friends oftentimes are trying to level on them, nancy pelosi's pac, whose voice will be carried? >> is nancy pelosi running in south carolina? sanford mentioned pelosi over a half dozen times in that debate. we'll get back to that later. >>> up next, the gun vote backlash. senators are paying for it in the polling out there. that's ahead. you're watching "hardball." the place for politics. at's 3 m, 2 newborns. it's no wonder i'm getting gray. but kate -- still looks like...kate. with nice'n easy, all they see is you -- in one simple step, nice'n easy with colorblend technolo
good today. joining me now is dick harpotolian, chairman of the south carolina democratic party. thanks for being here tonight, dick. >> thank you, reverend al. >> you know, after not talking about the affair, she did go there in a big way last night. what do you make of the comment, chairman harpootlian? >> well, i think that mark sanford feigned deafness last night to not have to answer that question. we've always known he's politically deaf. maybe he's really deaf. the most fascinating thing about the debate last night was mark sanford who's been in political office for 20 years and supposed to be a very adept politician just got knocked around by elizabeth colbert bush last night and clearly was shaken by a number of the assaults she made on him about voting against funding to build a bridge here in charleston, voting against federal money to deepen the port here so to be competitive with other ports on the east coast and able to accept these big ships from panama. she had him reeling. it was a wonderful thing to watch. >> before we get away from the affair, the moderator kind of pr
strong individuals in certain parts of the country. we went south carolina because we heard about somebody or to boston and someone that knows this area well and from that point we're focused on it but the efforts from concentrated in the bay area, california, western region, the nation so that is kinds of the process. >> i appreciate that and i won't hold that against you that you don't have a stanford grad on your team. >> we're looking for one. >>i thought you were going to say harvard. that's not california though. >> commissioner mar. >> thank you and i look to be joined at the the hip with you as well as we run through the process. i want to ask a question. i think commissioner campos was getting at there is expectation in san francisco there is transparency and as you develop the competency scpis wanted to ask about protecting the privacy of interested applicants and how you advise us to play that part and protecting the privacy of anyone interested in the position. hopefully that we get a lot of people but how can we ensure that privacy will be protected? >> good quest
yesterday in the golf. now you are watching the rain in tennessee and northern alabama, south carolina in the green, it's light rain filling in. later on this afternoon, watch out, you could get strong storms. here is how we are looking. the chill is out there. as far as the rain goes, we could see in the next 48 hours up to one to two inches of rain from norfolk down to southeast portions of georgia and south carolina. notice the cut offline, new york city expecting a tenth to two tenths inches of rain. not a lot. as far as the forecast, windchill 20s and 30s down to atlanta and dallas. it's a chilly thursday across the country. in some cases, it's rainy. not only is it chilly, but raining. in georgia, they are freaking out. good thing the masters isn't this week. we need to flip the switch. middle of next week, i have that promise coming to you. >> look at this video. a tribute to '80s ar kate games using post it notes. 4800 of them. it took 11 days to shoot the still images that make up the video. he describes himself with too much time on his hands. >> i love donkey kong. >> post i
south carolina governor mark sanford is in the hot seat again. we'll tell you why when "early today" returns. here are some other stories we're following this morning. nbc news capitol hill correspondent kelly o'donnell reporting the gang of eight senators' new bill has been filed. the bill would create a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented individuals currently living in the u.s. >>> former south carolina governor mark sanford is being accused of trespassing at the home of his ex-wife. he's ordered to appear at a hearing next month two days after a special congressional election. sanford is trying to revive his political career after it was derailed by an extramarital affair that ended his marriage. >>> and new zealand has become the 13th country in the world and the first in the asia-pacific region to legalize same-sex marriage. hundreds of gay rights advocates celebrated the 77-55 vote last night outside of parliament there. >>> the heightened state of alert after the twin bombings in boston stretches overseas today. a massive security operation is under way on th
fans, they were boston fans. like bo griffin who brought his family from south carolina. >> believe in each other and we care for each other and boston is strong, it's symbolic of that, whether we're from south carolina or massachusetts. >> reporter: even the team itself showed its pride in the city, wearing special jerseys that replaced red sox with boston. >> and nobody's going to dictate. stay strong! >> reporter: boston strong is now a rallying cry across the country. at a road race in asbury park, new jersey, still recovering from superstorm sandy. on the iconic gold helmets of notre dame's football team during his spring game. and in major league ballparks. fans sang the red sox anthem, "sweet caroline," when word spread the suspect was in custody. led by neil diamond. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ da, da, da ♪ good times never so good ♪ so good, so good, so good >> reporter: but good times that will never be quite the same. april 20th is an important day in boston history. it's the day fenway park opened, the day ted williams first swung a bat for the red sox, and today, it's th
nice surprise. >> cenk: well, that's mark sanford, former governor of south carolina talking about his former mistress, current fiancÉ and oh, golly gee, he was surprised she showed up in front of the cameras hum i'm not sure i'm buying that. of course, as he has been doing throughout he wanted to thank god, after always thanking god but not before cheating on your wife, but afterwards. here he is talking about god. >> i want to thank my god. you know, i used to cringe when somebody would say, i want to thank my god. it was at that point where okay this is getting uncomfortable. but once you really receive god's grace and seen it reflected in others, you cannot stop and stop for a moment and publicly acknowledge that grace? >> cenk: yes i know. yeah very graceful. but he has actually because he won the republican primary and he'll run against stephen colbert sister. it will be a tight race. it will be interesting to see how it goes. >> the dean of local news in south carolina, where i spent the formative years of my journalistic life at live five news, phil comes and welcome for talki
results from south carolina. the clinic run by dr. tiller before he was murdered four years ago, that clinic today in kansas made its formal announcement that it is reopening for the first time in four years. and the guns debate, connecticut moved forward today with the most ambitious and most unique package of gun reforms since the newtown school massacre back in december. a vote is expected tomorrow in the connecticut legislature. the governor says he will sign it. while today, the nra distinguished itself by having the stones to announce yet another plan for more guns in schools while continuing to block everybody else's votes to keep guns away from schools and madmen. president obama announcing a big new plan, a big, ambitious sign tifb project that can change medicine, could frankly change the world if it works. are we the kind of country that does stuff like that anymore? can we be that kind of country again? like i said, there's lots in motion in today's news, but we begin with scandal. good old fashioned bribery, scandal. complete with politicians in handcuffs and envelo
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